Turn Here, Sweet Corn

Turn Here Sweet Corn: Organic Farming Works (University of Minnesota Press) is a new memoir by Atina Diffley of Eagan, Minnesota.  “The book is billed as a gardening guide, love story, business handbook, and legal thriller, but it is really a wrenching tale of a common yet private tragedy: the way development pressures push farming families off the land, and what happens to those families during and afterward.” [Review: The Impermanence of EdenThe Chronicle Review, May 6, 2012.]

Intrigued?  Want to read it? 

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(currently on the New Book display shelves)


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